Monday, 29 September 2008

Forgot to post yesterday,,,

(not that it matters that much, but I'll do two today anyway)

Quote Of The Day

I never forget a face, but in your case I'll be glad to make an exception.

--Groucho Marx

Miss Insanity's Link of the day

I can't even explain why this game is so fun. It just is!

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

So, the local pool where I usually swim on Mondays is now being closed for two months for remodelling. This is annoying because there are very few other options for me:

1. Go to 'Oasis'. But this is a fun pool, where you can't really swim, and is only fun when with a friend.
2. Stop swimming for two months. (Don't like this one)
3. Make my mum change the day she drops me off on the way to her massage to wednesday and go to the local high school pool. She'd have to change her time as well though.


Sunday, 28 September 2008

Languages: English, French... Australian???

Quote Of The Day

Drawing on my fine command of the English language, I said nothing.

--Robert Benchley

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Write In My Journal

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

I actually have something to talk about? How unheard of!

Okay, so recently my cousins got me this game for my Birthday. You play it alongside a DVD.

In the languages when you start off, you can select:

English, German, French, and everything...

but also AUSTRALIAN?

So, does the guy go 'G'day mate' every so often or something? This remains to be seen! It's very odd.

Also another strange thing is this apple juice we bought- 'apple juice with concentrated apple juice' is on the side of the label. How very odd.

Miss Insanity.

Saturday, 27 September 2008

Ninja post.


Quote Of The Day

Household tasks are easier and quicker when done by someone else.

--James Thorpe

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

The Wayback Machine

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

I wish I could draw.

Because then I would draw a hellafunny webcomic.

But I can't.

Because I can't draw.


Thursday, 25 September 2008

Very Quick Post

Quote Of The Day

It is wonderful how quickly you get used to things, even the most astonishing.

--Edith Nesbitt
Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Here you go

Miss Insanity's (Very quick!) ramble of the day


Kidding! It's not THAT quick. But I really have nothing to say today, so I guess I'll make something up. I have to be fast because I have to leave for school soon, and realised that I won't be able to do my post this evening because I have a friend coming round.


It's a very foggy day today- and I'm wondering if this ever effects anyone's mood when they go to work/school? It may not be a conscious thought, however. I think it does affect me.

That really WAS quick. (If I hadn't had the useless first paragraph, it'd be reallly short.)


Mmm.... yummy.

Quote of The Day

Vegetables are a must on a diet. I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread, and pumpkin pie.

--Jim Davis

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Bread is dangerous?

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

Holas mon amigos.

Today I am rambling about chocolate. Hence the food theme in this post. (The quote was intentional, but the random link? Yeah, that was just luck in my funny-page-search. It certainly made me chuckle.)

Moving on.

So, I just bought this bar of chocolate, because my family was all 'let's get chocolate' because we do every couple of weeks, which sounds like we're really good and only eat chocolate every few weeks.

I'm afraid that isn't true. I'm leaving out the cakes.

But not all of those cakes are chocolate!

So, I still pretty much only eat chocolate once a fortnight.

Hey, I feel healthy right now! Unfortunately, we are guilty of eating crisps, sugared breakfast ceraeals, and fatty foods (however, we're not the worst on the planet at it.) So, back to my main point (well, it's called a ramble for a REASON, guys).

I just bought this amazing bar of chocolate, by the company Heaven.

And it is so delicious.

The END.

(Yes, that's it. This has been a very-random-ramble-that-I-had-no-idea-where-I-was-going-with!)

With love,

Miss Insanity.

(P.S, if you read this post please scroll down and read the one below it, there's a question I want you to answer so that next time I can't think of something to talk about, there I have it.)

Tuesday, 23 September 2008

Stupid Things I've Done

Quote of The Day

Artificial Intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Knock yourself out.

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

Good morning guys. It's actually about 3 am for most people in America, but it's twelve minutes past seven as I write this and I'm getting ready for school.

Now what I'm actually going to talk about...

Okay, so, I'm doing a lot better with my cold, hence why I'm not having a sick day today ( Everybody say 'awwww' or, if you prefer 'haaahahaaaaa' if you're a mean spirited person.) But last night, as I was carrying my duvet back up from where it had spent the day draped over the sofa with me nestled inside watching DVDs, I managed to carry the DVD remote up with me.


So, what's the stupidest thing you've ever done, that you can remember? (Hey, I once walked into a door, there's no shame in admitting it. I know several people who have walked into lampposts.) I'm hoping to get a few so I can talk about them (I promise not to make fun of you!) in my next post.

Hoping the rambles aren't boring you....

Miss Insanity.

This has been a not very witty post brought to you by Miss Insanity.

Let it rain, let it rain, let it rain....

Quote Of The Day

A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining, but wants it back the minute it begins to rain.

--Mark Twain

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

How to keep an idiot busy

(for at least a couple of minutes)

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day

I had a sick day today, and half a one yesterday (I went home halfway through.)

And today, it is raining. I spent most of it lying on the sofa and watched 3 DVDs. Joy. (For anyone who cares, they were Ballet Shoes, The Princess Diares 2, and Ella Enchanted. The first one is a very good BBC adaption, the second two are perfect I'm-ill-and-am-feeling-lazy films. So's the first one, but it's a good film as well.) And I ate beans on toast. Go figure.

Anywaaaaaay, this blog isn't about what I ate for lunch or what DVD's I watched.

I'm asking you what YOU do on rainy days (when you aren't sick. Cause when I'm sick, it's not very interesting, as you may have noticed.)

Or, perhaps, like me, you just kinda do what you normally do: e.g, post in your blog, do some homework, read, go to the local swimming pool every couple weeks. The only thing that changes if I'm feeling sick is: Going for a walk, going into town (which I may do anyway), and going into the garden.

So, if anyone comes across this post (which has been my least witty yet but I wanted to write osmething anyway)- perhaps you can put some enlightenment into my situation- what should I do on my rainy days?

Sunday, 21 September 2008

Best ways to get rid of a cold?

Quote Of The Day

"It's no longer a question of staying healthy. It's finding a sickness you like."

--Jackie Mason.

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Here ya go.

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day


I'm very sad. Because I have a cold. And I keep coughing and sneezing... and doing both at the same times (yes, it's possible, just not with your eyes open.)

So I wondered if the web could throw any light on the situation.

Okay, so apparently I should:

  • Drink lots of water
  • Drink ginger tea and lemon tea? (oookay then)
  • Increase my vitamin C in my diet
  • Get lots of rest and avoid work- hey, I like this one!
  • Eat garlic? Huh?
  • Eat spicy foods? (how is THAT going to help?)
  • Look, forget it, I'm just going to rest and drink water.. And maybe have a bath. This is a shame, because I usually go swimming on a monday. But swimming makes colds worse.

Bye, guys.

witty title here... miss insanity is feeling anti-american?

Quote Of The Day

I used to think that the brain was the most important organ in my body- then I remembered who was telling me this!

--Emo Philips (Comedian)

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Why Americans Should Never Be Able To Travel

I have nothing against Americans, but that link is funny.

Miss Insanity's Ramble Of The Day


Today I have nothing particularly inspiring to talk about. (big suprise, because I am SUCH a creative person... cough.)

So I decided to use my 'Stumble' toolbar to go through a few other blogs for inspiration.

I didn't have much luck.

So, I gave up after a bit.

Eventually, I decided to discuss this funny page I found. I guess this is 'ramble' should really be 'Miss Insanity's Extra Link Of The Day With Rambling'.


Here is the link. I seem to be very anti-american today, don't I? Woops. Aww, Americans, I love you really. Apart from the fact that I can't ever do anything on the internet because everything is based around your timezone. Grr.

Anyway. I'd ask you some questions about this, but I don't have anyone to ask, so this is pretty much pointless.

Oh well.

If anyone ever reads this:

Do you think it's funny, or just mean? (I'd personally go with funny and tut at people who take it too seriously. The terrorism jokes may be taking it too far though. But you won't read this if I'm nice. I have to be interesting, don't I?)

Do you ever laugh out loud? Or are you more of a mysterious smile person? Can anyone make you smile? Because I know people who don't laugh. They're scary. And this is irrelevant to the website.

This has been a not-very-witty-blog-post by Miss Insanity (But not her Dad.)

Saturday, 20 September 2008

Follow your liver?

First off, welcome to Inner Insanity, your source for a daily dose of things that may be vaugley humorous, if you have bad taste.

I'd bore you with a load of info, but, that would be boring. So let's just cut to the chase.

Quote Of The Day

The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity. But not in that order.

-- Brian Pickrell

Miss Insanity's Link Of The Day

Anti-Theft Lunch Bags

Ramble Of The Day

An odd thing about our language is our obsession with the heart. It's a nessecary body part, and it keeps us alive, but I really don't understand how to us, it is the root of our morals and love. For example, if we were to replace a phrase like 'Follow your heart' with another body part- e.g 'follow your liver'- then wouldn't that sound very odd?

This was actually brought up by my Dad at breakfast.

This post has been brought to you by Miss Insanity (and her dad).